Woodcrest Dentists Offer Procedures to Fix Chipped Teeth

What happens if you sustain multiple chips in your teeth? You may feel like you can’t comfortably smile without feeling embarrassed over the way your teeth appear to others. Chips can happen for a number of reasons, and be tiny and barely noticeable, or quite obvious and distracting. Deep chips that extend through your tooth enamel also can expose you to tooth decay. If you have been wondering how cosmetic dentistry can enhance the quality of your smile, read on. Your Riverside dentists at Riverside Dental Group will explain two cosmetic dental procedures that can restore your teeth to the way they’re supposed to look. (more…)

Travel Plans? Beware of In-Flight Toothaches

from Riverside Dental Group will explain how gas pockets can get inside your teeth when you fly, imposing possible discomfort, and even potential tooth damage.

Are High-Altitude Toothaches Serious?

People that might be afflicted by barodontalgia are generally those that have undiagnosed cavities, (more…)

Spice Up Your Life to Fight Gum Disease

will provide information on how spices relate to your dental and overall health through this fun quiz.


Q1. True or false – There are 10 different types of cinnamon.

Q2. True or false – The red spice, paprika, aids in weight control. (more…)

Ready for a Dental Cleaning? Say Hello to Your Hygienist

at Riverside Dental Group will tell you more about the important team members that do so much more for your dental health than simply cleaning your teeth: dental hygienists.

Dental Hygienist History

It all began with one woman – the cousin of a dentist named Dr. Alfred Fones. Dr. Fones practiced dentistry back in the early part of the 1900s. Because there was no standard for preventive dental care, dentistry mainly consisted of extracting badly decayed teeth. Irene Newman was called upon (more…)

Can an Apple a Day Keep the Cavities at Bay?

In modern America, apples are among the many produce items that can be found throughout the year, no matter what the season. You’ve surely heard that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. You may have even heard that the fibrous nature of apple skin can act as a sort of natural toothbrush. However, there is evidence that apples might not be so great for your teeth after all. Your Moreno Valley dentists will explain how one of the most popular fruits in the world could be a detriment to your dental health.

The Modern Apple is Higher in Sugar

We can be grateful to technology for many improvements in the evolution of our country. You’re reading this blog right now thanks to advances in computer technology. But science doesn’t stop with electronic improvements. Even food has been altered through the knowledge gained from experimentation. Cross-breeding of plants has led to a rise in the sugar content of apples by 50% (more…)

Temecula Dentists Discuss When Snoring Becomes Serious

will relate the two conditions.

Understanding Obstructive Sleep Apnea

People with OSA are dealing with tissues in the throat area collapsing while they sleep. This can happen as a result of the structure and size of your tonsils, adenoids, or the shape of bone structure in your head and neck. People who are overweight tend to be at higher risk of OSA because of an excess of fat tissues. (more…)